My car was parked out front of my home. Some lady slammed into the back of my car, deeming it a total loss. She insisted that a "lifted red truck" side swiped her, and caused her to hit me. In the police report, it says they found white paint on her car. Which I believe proves her wrong.
Geico (her insurance) has since decided in her favor, and now I'm stuck with $9,000 in debt. I did not have insurance at the time. I went without a car for about 2 months, because of her.
What do I do now? Should I keep pursuing Geico, or do I pursue the lady responsible for the damage? Geico notified me of a SOL for pursuing any kind of reimbursement. What does that mean?
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